Now in Legal Rebels:
"Balkinization an unanticipated consequence of Jack M. Balkin." This blawg focuses on constitutional, First Amendment and civil liberties issues.
Aggregates Internet law news stories from the mainstream media and blogosphere and news about the work of and events at the Berkman Center. The blog also has a related podcast, Radio Berkman.
News and analysis related to media law and online journalism. Also covers the actions of Harvard's Citizen Media Law project, which provides "legal assistance, education, and resources for individuals and organizations involved in online and citizen media. We also provide research on free speech, newsgathering, intellectual property, and other legal issues related to online speech."
Hosted by Public Citizen's Consumer Justice Project, this group blog focuses on consumer law and policy from the consumer's point of view. The banking industry has been the focus of many recent entries.
"Analysis and commentary on recent California appellate decisions and legislation of interest to trial lawyers and judges." Posts are summaries of recent appellate and Supreme Court cases.
This blawg "provides library announcements and the latest on cool new technologies, new books, journals and e-resources, new resources from foreign jurisdictions, interesting current events, hot documents, and more."
"This blog highlights the experiential and participant-centered materials developed and used at Harvard Law School. HLS is dedicated to exploring ways to further engage students, to better prepare them to be effective lawyers in the real world, and to innovate for the legal classroom.To that end, our faculty and staff at HLS research and write case studies, role plays, and problems that can be used and adapted in a variety of classroom settings. The articles in this blog will explore and describe the case studies, courses, and workshops at HLS and how other schools are using these and other participant-centered materials to improve and revitalize legal and professional education."
"An online-only resource featuring short synopses of recent developments in all areas of law and technology, including significant cases and legislation in the United States and abroad. The Digest is designed to provide academics, practitioners and law students not only with timely access to important legal developments, but also with links to in-depth commentary on those issues."
The blog's title stands for Journal of Things We Like (Lots). In posts, law professors evaluate the latest and greatest legal scholarship in their respective disciplines.
"The name Lawfare refers both to the use of law as a weapon of conflict and, perhaps more importantly, to the depressing reality that America remains at war with itself over the law governing its warfare with others." Posts cover subjects such as cybersecurity, international law as it relates to U.S. military operations, and anti-terrorism legislation from nations around the world.
"We are both law professors and evangelical Protestants—a weird combination in our time. We hope it’s also an interesting combination. We plan to write about the things that interest us, professionally and personally: crime and criminal justice (Stuntz), corporate governance, credit, and bankruptcy (Skeel), the culture wars, politics, literature and the arts, and other topics."
"The slow awakenings of Lessig’s once-hibernated blog."
Radio Berkman features conversations with and talks by leading cyberscholars, entrepreneurs, activists, and policy-makers as they explore topics such as the factors that influence knowledge creation and dissemination in the digital age; the character of power as the worlds of governance, business, citizenship and the media meet the Internet; and the opportunities, role and limitations of new technologies in learning."
"A blog about the law and life. The CockleBur covers everything from the U.S. Supreme Court to book reviews to lighthearted posts."
Technology and patent law news and litigation as well as Internet and media law topics. Many posts also cover the latest PDA devices and their applications.
Harvard Law School news and events, world and national news, and op-eds written by students, professors, as well as outside contributors.
This blog provides updates on working papers, seminars, speakers, and other activities sponsored by the Harvard Law School Program on Corporate Governance. "The blog will also provide a forum for communications about corporate governance by individuals associated with the program—faculty, fellows, and members of the program’s advisory board—as well as by guest contributors and others."
This blawg "is a forum for scholars, students, lawyers, policy-makers, and interested citizens to examine, discuss, and debate the effect of situational forces—that is, nonsalient factors around and within us—on law, policy, politics, policy theory, and our social, political and economic institutions."